Jean-Jacques Milteau

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Jean-Jacques Milteau (born 17 April 1950, Paris) is a French blues harmonica player, singer, and songwriter.

Career[edit]

Milteau became interested in the harmonica when he first heard folk and rock music (such as Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones) in the 1960s. He played with French singers such as Yves Montand, Eddy Mitchell, Jean-Jacques Goldman, Maxime Le Forestier, Barbara, and Charles Aznavour in various styles, from blues to jazz. In 1989, he recorded his first solo album, Blues Harp, and toured the world with Manu Galvin at the guitar and with guest musicians including Mighty Mo Rodgers and Demi Evans. He has authored methods for learning the harmonica and, since 2001, is leading a radio show dedicated to blues on the French station TSF Jazz.

Awards[edit]

  • 2001 : Best Blues Album Memphis (French Victoire de la musique)

Selected discography[edit]

JJ Milteau
  • 1983: Just Kiddin' with Mauro Serri
  • 1989: Blues Harp
  • 1991: Explorer
  • 1992: Le grand blues band et J.J. Milteau
  • 1993: Live
  • 1995: Routes
  • 1996: Merci d'être venus
  • 1998: Blues live
  • 1999: Bastille blues
  • 2000: Honky Tonk blues (live)
  • 2001: Memphis with Little Milton and Mighty Sam McClain
  • 2003: Blue 3rd with Gil Scott-Heron, Terry Callier, N’Dambi, Howard Johnson [1]
  • 2006: Fragile
  • 2007: Live, hot n'blues (Universal) with Demi Evans and Andrew Jones
  • 2008: Soul Conversation with Michael Robinson and Ron Smyth
  • 2009: Harmonicas
  • 2011: Consideration with Michael Robinson and Ron Smyth
  • 2012: Blowin' in the past

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